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Trip to the main palace was eneventful thanks to the heat, crowds and many of the halls being shut for restoration
Took the hop on hop off tram like buggy in the garden and covered the Grand Trianon
It was much peaceful to navigate here...More
The Grand Trianon, built at the terminus of the north branch of the Grand Canal, it is but a single story with a garden on one side and a courtyard on the other. Lining the flat roof is balustrade. The Peristyle of red and white...More
After the crazy pace of the main chateau, it was a pleasure to meander through these beautiful rooms, admire the artwork, and relax in the extensive gardens. There's a more laid-back, content pace at the Grand Trianon. It's not as large as the main chateau,...More
After finishing the tour of the main palace, we went to this Palace with high expectations but unfortunately, this place was poorly run by staff and most of the furniture, art and architecture was a few classes lower. However, it is still a good visit...More
The walk up to the Grand & Petite Trianon estate is well worth it and a must to appreciate just how extensive the Palace and grounds extended.
A relief from the hustle & bustle of the Palace, it is a more modest building, still grand...More
This is about a 30 minute walk from the main palace of Versailles and is not really visited much. There are maps showing the location in the Palace grounds but because the majority of visitors are on a time restriction it is quiet here. If...More
One of several smaller palaces within the Versailles complex, Louis XIV came here to get away from the formality of court life in the main palace. After the French Revolution, Napoleon renovated these apartments for his private residence. Expect a very long day to see...More